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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The beautiful fall weather, enjoyable to most of us, but not the best weather for trade, has left us with a large amount of stock. Only seven weeks until Xmas, so we have decided to clear it out at sacrifice bargains. Those who got such bargains last fall will know this no fake. Ladies' Dress and Ready-to-Wear Hats at half price. In onlor to clear out out well assorted stock of Ladies' Hats at once we have decided to put the price at just one half. These are all this season's hats and are the very latest iu styln and shape. They won't last long so come early and get first choice. Half price. Handsome Fur-lined Coats - $70.00 A lovely collection-covering of excellent quality shell cloth, in colors, navy, green, and black, full back style, lined throughout with best quality rat lining, large collar ami revers of Columbia sable Worth 180.00, Special $70.00 Warm Comforters-give-away prices Splendid quality cotton-filled comforters, covered with good quality art sateen. Full sice. Worth 12.25, special $1 85. Flanelette Blankets. Special for Saturday only, $1.15 pair Pull 11-4 site, in white and grey. Regular fl.S5 pair. Special 11.15 Money Saving Values in the Carpet Department. All Wool Carpet, 75c. per yard A wide rango of all wool Carpet in handsome designs and colorings. WorUi $1.00 per yard, special loc. Brussels Carpet, $1.25 per yard 9 pieces best quality Brussels carpet, in a large variety of patterns and colorings, 27in. wide Worth $1.(50 yd. Special $1.25 Tapestry Squares from $9.50 up A spliMidid showing of English tapestry squares, bought direct from the mills, handsome floral designs, sizes 3x3, 3x3| and 3x4. Special value from $'J,50 Wilton and Velvet Squares from $18 The biggest showing of velvet and Wilton squares ever shown in Lethbridge. The designs and colorings are handsome. The quality the best. All sizes, special values from $18.00 Special Sale of Men's Suits, $11.50 Made of imported tweeds and worsteds, in brown checks, stripes, orerplaids, and mixtures, double and single breasted, and smartly tailored suits worth up to $15.00. Special for one week,$11.50 Shoes The famous American ladies' Sil-kid Shoes, perfect in fit, the very lotest in style. This shoe is a treat on the foot, you cannot begin to finjits equal. Patent leather and vici kid, and. our prioe is only $5.50 Still Another Come and sea our box calf special. Reg. $3.00. ALL NEXT WEEK FOR $1.'.�5. This is a clear out and out bargain-prove it. Do You Wish to Build ? I have 4 fine lots on a corner on BURDETT Street for the very low sum of $325 per lot. There are also so^ie very good lots with water mains near the elevator and mills for only $175 each. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Farm Lands nnd Lethbridge Properties. Southard Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 122 A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. C. A. Cooksley went to Mat-looil on Wednesday morning. A ((umrtelti) of ruiv entertainers in HJg" K. of ]'. Hull on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Dr. Stuno loft on Snturday for Fosston. Minn., when! lit' will nwumo his modioli practice. The Hudson's Bay Co. has got a fin*; now delivery rig. No. U, produced l�y I,, li. Fowler & Co. The collector of Sons of England KLKCTION' OF OFF1CKKS A large and enthusiastic marline of thu churter members of I ho Pride of Alberta Lodge, No. 2HM. S.O.K.B. S., wiw held Inst evening in the ller- C. P. R. Blamed for Death of W. E. Frazer. The inquest tin the donth of William 10. Fruser. llw C.l'.li. hrukeman who wns Killed in the C.t'.H. yards Inst Tuesday night resulted in a ver- nld oflliv. Twenty-five members were j (lk,t blaming ^ t'antuliun Pacific present ami T. C. Waddington wus j Huilw.,_v flJ|. ,,, )mvlm, vanl n>KUin. voted to. the chair. After the read- ,iong forbidding imm ,inos jn Uw ynnJ of the lust meeting, secretary pro j am, ,imkll1s thl, ,)r(,lc.aioll ot truin!, in the yards compulsory. tern. F. T. Robins rend the eorres- pondo.icu i-e.eivcd during the last DoVel>er, the C.P.R. doctor, tea ......i. t�_______..... ______*...... . _ wo.*. Supreme Secretary Carter ( uno(1 nt Uu, inuUost thai the deceits customs at this wrote advising That the chapter was 1Ua(i fr(im H|locfc point received in duties during Oct.o- granted and that District IVrputy j -r-iu, ber the suui ol $12,570.47.' I .lackson, of Swift Current would bu lrnin present lo install the officers, and hand over the charier. District Deputy Kmexson (Cnlgurj*), nnd Bro. Knovt'es (sec. Medicine Hat Lodge), wrote stating that each of their re-' K|iective lodges would send represon-lutives und wishing tho Pride of Al-bertn every success. The following! is the lisl of ollkors hnlloMed for. ' ^iiile Agent and who will lie ins-tulled tonight:- ingcvidoinc Pnst President. (1. C. Brown. ' Prisidi.nl, Waller Appleby. ! \ ioe-I YeMilenl. V Stniiiforlh. Chaplain, T. II. l.it'tle. Secretary, F. T Robins. Treasurer. T. I'ndorwood. Inner (iuuril, (J. Firth. Outer (iiinril, \V. O. Ilrown. Managing Committee. \V. .I. Oliver, Iir. Condi'll. Dr. Crngg. F. t.'ernmn, l�. King, .I. I.. .Mnuwariiig. ll was ilfiiil.'il ttint the instnllu-linn rorenionios tonight commenced \ Craiibrook Herald.-IV F. Thomp- at 7 o'clock and thai the enl'-i-tuin-' formerly a CP.It. operulor ajt I>-tli- ing committee have a fri-e hand, lhe The hoinestend entries for Ootolier at this ljothbridgv otllce numlwred Hi7 against 2-PJ for the same month lust year. There are now eight criminal cuscs for the next sittings of the Supteme Court of A Iberia to lie hold Dec. ill before Mr. Justice Itoele. ('. F. P. Conybeare K.C., has lieeil elected bencher lo the law society of Allierta. Mr. Conyheare was second in the lisl of nine that were elected. Among the interesting changes in ihe business firms of Ix-thbridgi- is one announced h.v .I. D. Iliginholhnui & Co. Mr. liigiubolhani has taken i Mr. Sydney .Dickson, who has been associated with him tor a number of 'veirs, into partnership. The new . Ilrm is In-ing incorporated as a, s-lock I company to be kmjwn as .I. II llig-; iubolhnm & Co.. Limited. train crew on the incomibg testified thnt their train was coming into tho ynrd under control but Dint they could not soo the train standing oh the track. Martin Hendricks, the ynrd switchman said there were no orders regarding tho making up of trains on the main line. The CP.lt. rule hook was produced T. Crtiluim wow giv-In it iK-rmission is given to niuke up trains on the main line in the yard. The yard at I^rth bridge was not provided with signuls according to the rules. -- MurdT and Suicide The suspicion that f.e dinns found at Fifteen M-'o week had been murd.-i--d proven by til? R.N.W.M � '. I I.! ee lN- T.nk; last biis iven It. To-morrow, Friday, Nov. 9th, is I positively the last day on which ac-! counts can be settled with the under-; signed. After that date they will be | placed in other hands for collection, j 1 bridge, was taki'ii on' No. ,1 by the olbit-i-s at this point on l'i ulitv hist, , having received inst rnot inns by wire ""' from the lethbridge authorities to arrest and hold him on a charge of j I'orgorv . It is claimed thitt while I working �t, l.ethbriilg.> rhniii|>sou fiu-gi'd t.hss in allowing the organization iiie.-tings lo take piece in tin- Herald omcc. and that the secretary writ.! Ihe manager to that effect. This was seconded by \V. Appleby, and carried amid applause. A vnU- of thanks to the chairman for presiding brought tin enthusiastic meet ing to a close. Electric Valve Satisfactory On Friday night. lOngim-or Reid ot the pumping station made n lest of the new electric valve installed at the Ktiuidpipe being shut otY in forty seconds from the time the switch was thrown in I lie pump house. This is reninrknbly good lime and Mr. I'eid is eminently pleased with the valve. pears that the three were no ivln-t ion th known murdered the 'tluvv and ihen suicided. The three victims were buried in the Roman Catholic cemetery in I>-th bridge on Saturday. To check � cold quickly, g,�t from your druggist some Ijttl,. Vnncly OUR ANNUAL HIGH-GRADE Wat�ch Sale commencing Nov. 1st and continuing 15 days. I Yorkton, Sask., Xov. ".-Dr. Cash M.P., has been renominated as Lib-' oral candidate for ihp House of Coin-' Gonseiv i e Meeting. limns in the Mackenzie District. 1- A meeting of the Cotiservnt ives of .thhridgc will I Mr held on Tuesday i at nine o'clock p.m. in the Bijou Hull [ A wt'nle evening of pure refined fun A lull lib'.ndnnce is reipicsled as djl | at Hie Kenny, Hoi'vey entej-tainna-nt. \ egat-s for the convention will be | Don't luiss it. I chosen. Cold Tablets calhsl Preventics gists ever.v uher.- are now dispensing Prevent Us. for they are not only sale, b\.\ U -ciilcdly certuin und prompt. Pr-ventics contain no ipii-niiie, no lnxauve, notliing harsh, nor sickeiiinp. Tali en nt the "rnis-ze stage" I'reventics 'will |UN-veill piit-u-uioiiiu, liruiichitis, J.n (!rip|s',  Ic. Hence the name. Prevent ics. (loud lor feverish children. 1H 2.") cents. Trial-Boxes by nil druggists. Wo find wo nro overstock.^ in Ijiyli-unuli.' Wiivlnrs. ""'I wiii^ 'u"*l now stock which will urrivw shartlv. tin- Kt..�-k on hnml limst- No Watches soltl muter SlO.Ot) with discount. Watches carried in stock l'rom SI.2") < a<-h D� W0.iX� <�� R. TK. WRIGHT iil-e's C \^ Jv.'o SiH-cialist in ohurye of Optical l-* 1 1 I'reventics1 Le-tMirid^e's CJroutest Jewelry Store .'Ills. Sold' ;